Washington, DC (November 21, 2019) – The NEA Foundation today announced that two public school districts will receive $150,000 each to build comprehensive science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) learning programs. Green Bay Area Public Schools in Wisconsin and Moreno Valley Unified School District in California will create programs to support professional learning in bringing STEM […]Read more »
Ideas & Voices
We’ve all seen the look on students’ faces when they have a breakthrough. It’s one that only comes during the journey of learning, exploration and discovery. It’s particularly remarkable when this happens with the use of new tools, technologies, and applications that are relevant to their interests and future. What would schools look like if […]Read more »
Washington, DC (October 23, 2019) – Five educators will receive one of public education’s highest honors, the NEA Foundation’s prestigious Horace Mann Award for Teaching Excellence, recognition as one of the nation’s top educators, and $10,000. Celebrating 20 years of honoring educators with this award, in partnership with Horace Mann, the NEA Foundation recognizes educators for […]Read more »
Sometimes you have to travel to the other end of the Earth to have a lesson from home fall right in your lap. Traveling to South Africa with the NEA Foundation’s Global Learning Fellowship last July filled my days with extraordinary learning, exciting adventures, and wonderful connections with like-minded educators. Part of our itinerary brought […]Read more »
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